Appleton Burn Accident Lawyer
Green Bay Electrocution Injury Attorney
At Herrling Clark Law Firm, Ltd., we understand the devastating effects of burn injuries and electrocution. We represent victims and families whose lives are forever changed by these serious injuries.
Have you been injured or lost a loved one in wrongful death as a result of a burn injury or electrocution? Our attorneys will aggressively pursue your personal injury claim and work hard to recover maximum compensation for your burn injury.
We offer free personal injury consultations. Contact our attorneys today.
The Severity of Burn Injuries
Burn injuries are among the most painful injuries one can experience. Burns cause damage to the nerves, resulting in intense levels of pain. Severe burns can cause a host of other health problems. Permanent damage to muscles, tissues, nerves, respiratory system and bones is possible.
Most severe burn victims require extensive hospitalization and rehabilitation, and many third degree burns require skin grafting. Without the protective layer of skin to keep out bacteria, burn victims are prone to infections. Unfortunately, thousands of these people die each year.
Causes of Burn Injuries and Electrocution
Thousands of burn injuries are reported each year. Many of these injuries are preventable, but happen due to the negligence practices of businesses and individuals. Although many burns are caused by contact with fire, other burns include the following:
- Acid burns
- Chemical burns
- Thermal burns
- Electrical burns
- Burns caused by explosions, car accidents, etc.
Electrocution can cause death by electric shock. Our attorneys have represented the families of victims who were electrocuted as the result of the following:
- Defective equipment
- Failure of power company to maintain power lines
- Failure of company to meet or follow safety guidelines
Have you or a loved one suffered a burn injury? Has a loved one died of electrocution? Contact our personal injury lawyers online, or call us toll free at 800-559-7366 to schedule a free consultation.